USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR
The first casualty of terror is innocence
When Jana Baker first landed the internship of a lifetime, she never imagined walking into a pit of terrorists. But when a secretive federal agent approaches her, she learns the truth and has no choice but to infiltrate their plot. As Agent Stone tries to protect her, Jana pushes past the outer edges of peril only to find herself clinging for life.
Protocol One is the first book in Nathan Goodman's bestselling Special Agent Jana Baker Spy-Thriller Series that features high-adrenaline suspense, surprising plot twists, and a kick-ass female heroine.
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About the Author
Nathan Goodman lives in the United States with his wife and two daughters. His passions are rooted in writing, and all things outdoors: the health of our oceans, spending time on the beach, camping, and hiking. Where writing is concerned, the craft has always been lurking just beneath the surface. In 2013, Goodman began the formation of what would later become the story for The Fourteenth Protocol. It quickly became a bestselling international terrorist thriller.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is really good. It is prequel to the start of the series. The book is a short read, 118 pages. The main character, Jana, is a strong and likeable woman. I was disappointed when the story ended. It would have been even better if the story-line was longer and had more elements. I would recommend this book to others.
If you read the Special Agent Jana Baker Spy-Thriller Series, then Protocol One is an excellent back story to help fill in the gaps of Jana’s story. I would hate to meet her in a dark alley, she seems to be one tough cookie. The novel brings you from college graduate to FBI Agent. If you are new to Nathan’s writing, I would suggest starting with the novel. It’s a great foundation to the rest of the series. The series is a fast paced thriller and Nathan has very fresh plots in his writing. It is always nice to see new energy in this genre. I will await the next Nathan novel, the first four are worth recommending to anyone who likes the genre. For those who have read the series, the van makes an appearance.